Anna Bonet is an architect from the Barcelona School of Architecture (2011) and is studying for a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the UPC (2006). She has collaborated as a landscape architect for years in the Ruisánchez Arquitectos studio as head of landscape projects and urban furniture design. She has been part of the writing team that won the first prize in the international competition for the Salerno Coast Masterplan in Italy (2009), a finalist in the La Sagrera Linear Park competition in Barcelona (2011), and a finalist in the Las Puertas de Barcelona competition (2012). Together with Manuel Ruisánchez, she developed the project for the Güell de Vilablareix river park in Girona, which was a finalist in the sixth European Landscape Biennial of Barcelona. In 2015 she founded CERCLE territory, landscape, architecture and environment in Valencia. Among the works developed in this period, the Green Infrastructure Plan of Andorra, the Alzira green ring, Proposal for the expansion of the Valencia botanical garden, in the Quatretona Ravine, the healthy itinerary of the ‘Balneario de Cofrentes and the Baja grande in San Lorenzo. Currently, she combines her professional activity with teaching practice as an Assistant Professor in the Master of Landscape Architecture at the UPC.